So I am about to enter my last year as an Undergrad and preparing for law school. I wish I would have taken school more seriously my first 2 years but... well, I didn't. Anyways, I have re-took two courses I failed my first year because I somehow thought I could miss exams, not go, etc. and still pass. I earned great grades (B+, A) in these courses so that expunges the F's from my GPA but they still sit on my transcript. Also, I have had a habit of dropping a lot of classes. This shows up as a W on my transcript for 'withdrawal'. I expect to earn a final GPA around 3.0-3.15.
With that said, how will this affect my admittance to schools?
Next part. I just took the PLSAT you can download from the LSAC site and scored a 146 on it. This is a test I did with distractions by the phone (rang like 6 times), my roommates 3 cats, and my own self getting side-tracked. I usually had to fill in 5-6 questions at the end of each section at random because I was almost out of time. But still, not having studied for one minute for this test, and scoring at about the low average of many tier-2 schools puts a small smile on my face as I know with one year of studying I should be able to boost my score by 15 points.
Anyways, I am curious for some opinions as to what my chances look like at this point from some of those who are experienced. Any advice for my prep and last year before starting applying (i know GET ALL A's will be a very common one, lol)?